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Hi I'm Aaron

I love to sing. I love to play. I like getting things done. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a missionary in the Texas Houston South Mission and I love it! I really enjoy singing. I'm into writing fiction and telling stories and someday I hope to become a filmmaker. Cameras have always fascinated me and I love photography.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the church and I was always told that it was true. But just like I tell people all the time, don't take anyone's word for it; ask Heavenly Father if it's true. He'll tell you. And when He tells you, you don't have to worry about anyone elses opinion! That's what I did. I am happy knowing that I am exactly where the Lord wants me. And so can you!

How I live my faith

I am currently serving a full time mission in Houston, Tx. I share my testimony with all those who will recieve it, and invite others to come unto Christ.

What will the Mormon missionaries talk about when they visit my home?

Aaron
A missionary's primary purpose is to invite others to come unto Christ by helping them recieve the restored gospel. They'll explain the doctrine of the church, and how it was restored. They'll invite you to exercise your faith by acting on it. Some of these invitations include reading the Book of Mormon, asking Heavenly Father in prayer if the message they shared is true, and upon recieving an answer, inviting you to be baptized by the priesthood authority of God. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe about family?

Aaron
 We believe that families can be together for eternity. In fact, that's how God originally intended it to be. We learn and grow together. We go through hard times and great times together. We support eachother. We help eachother live righteous lives. We all work together to achieve our goal and that is to live with our Heavenly Father again someday. Show more Show less